This 3D holographic display was of a new skate line from Bauer. It proved a popular attraction at their annual trade show.
What is better than a holographic kiosk in your trade show booth at the OTC ( Oil Technologies Conference ) in Houston Texas? Well…TWO holographic displays at your booth of course. 😉 A recent Trade Show Hologram client decided two were better than one.
The James Webb Space Telescope is a satillite that will be launched by NASA in 2018 to replace the Hubble Telescope. You can view the official JWST website here. The James Webb Space Telescope was named after the James Webb who crafted the Apollo program, and who was a staunch supporter of space science.
Trade Show Holograms was commissioned to create a 3D holographic display to be featured as part of the Space Symposium ( trade show ) in Colorado. The following video shows details of that holographic presentation kiosk.
The James Webb Space Telescope was named after the NASA Administrator who crafted the Apollo program, and who was a staunch supporter of space science.
“It all started with a mouse.”…… Actually it was Walt Disney who was first credited with saying this. Years later Magician Timothy Drake would make the very same claim when he developed Trade Show Holograms, a company that manufactures 3D Holographic Illusion Projections in Kiosk form for display at trade show booths across North America.
One of Timothy Drakes first Holographic Projections was a Dancing Mouse featured as a special effect at the Shriners Haunted Mansion. The popular 3D hologram effect eventually lead to a market featuring the eye catching illusion at trade shows and as part of special exhibits.